The Margaret River Region is best known for its world-class wineries, with around 100 wineries to choose from. Spend the day tasting some wonderful wines and dine at award winning restaurants in the evening. There is spectacular scenery and a beautiful coastline on your three-and-a-half hour drive south of Perth to view on your journey. Stop and have a swim or surf at one of the beaches along the way. Visit boutique breweries and if you are here in May attend the annual Margaret River Wine Region Festival. The festival features Some of Australia’s best chefs and you can sample exquisite cheeses, jam, condiments, olives and freshwater crayfish as well as chocolate, fudge and ice-cream. Shop for Arts, crafts and souvenirs or explore underground caves and towering forests. Other activities include whale watching, fishing, rock climbing, abseiling and canoeing. If fine food and wine is what your looking for with beautiful scenery, the visit the Margaret River Region today.
Yallingup is located in the Margaret River wine region and is a popular holiday spot for surfing, fishing and relaxing. Explore the Leeuwin Naturaliste National Park, caves and Canal Rocks. Surf at Three Bears, Smith's Beach or Injidup. Visit award wining boutique wineries and breweries. Have a picnic lunch in a vineyard or by the beach. Dine at beachside cafes and fine dining restaurants. Visit the historic Caves House and explore the surrounding areas of Dunsborough and Busselton.
Busselton is best known for being Western Australia’s top holiday destination and is popular with families. With 30 km of pristine beaches on the sheltered Geographe Bay, this is the perfect place to swim, dive, snorkel, fish or hire a boat. Visit the iconic Busselton jetty and underwater observatory, explore the nearby towns of Dunsborough, Yallingup and the Margaret River Wine Region. Other activities include giant water slides at the Entertainment Park, archery, mini golf, jet skiing, cycling or watch a movie at the drive-in theatre. Visit Galleries showcasing the local arts and crafts. Dine at the country pub or at a number of great restaurants. If a relaxing, family fun destination is what you are looking for than choose Bussleton for your next holiday.
Bunbury is best known for its maritime history and the bottlenose dolphins that reside in the calm waters of Koombanna Bay. Visit the Dolphin Discovery Centre or charter a boat to see the dolphins. Explore the nearby Tuart Forest and view, rare basaltic rock and Western Australia's southern-most mangroves. There are plenty of dining options at award-winning restaurants, historic pubs and sidewalk cafes where you can taste the local produce and fine wines. Play golf at one of the three international courses or visit a wildlife park and board a miniature train. Best of all Bunbury is only a two-hour drive from Perth. Use Bunbury as a base to explore the south west region.